Description - Obesity 101 by Lauren Rossen
Are children who attend schools near fast food restaurants more likely to be obese than those who live far from them? Obesity research has recently shifted from focusing on individual causes to viewing individuals within their living environments. Obesity 101 is the first volume to offer a broad and balanced perspective on the complex factors that influence obesity. The text combines current research and information from multiple perspectives to provide an introductory level, reader-friendly overview of the history, causes, prevalence, consequences, treatments, and future trends in prevention. Grounded in behavioral science, it integrates research from a range of disciplines including health psychology, developmental medicine, nutrition, exercise science, public health, economics and sociology. Key Features: Brings together obesity research from multiple disciplines Reviews the effectiveness of prevention and treatment programs and procedures Written clearly and concisely Designed for use by undergraduate and graduate students
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Author Biography - Lauren Rossen
Lauren M. Rossen, MS, is currently an Eating for the Future Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for a Livable Future. She has been integrally involved in research that examines various methods of behavioral weight loss treatment both at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Florida, and has also worked directly with obese adolescents and adults undergoing weight-loss surgery. Her research spans a variety of topics in obesity, and her work has been published in numerous eating disorder, obesity, and psychiatric journals.||Eric Rossen, PhD, is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist in the Office of Psychological Services for Prince George's County Public Schools (PGCPS), Maryland. He is also a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at the Chesapeake ADHD Center of Maryland. As part of his responsibilities with PGCPS, he has provided leadership in developing the crisis manual for psychologists and educators throughout the county and obtaining the NASP approval for Continuing Education for the Office of Psychological Services. He also has served as a college instructor and adjunct faculty for courses in Human Development and School Psychology at the University of Florida and the University of Missouri. He has published his research in numerous psychology journals and has contributed chapters to several books.